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On this day in football history
- 1924 Death of Tommy Meehan, Chelsea's England international wing half, at the age of only 30. He joined Manchester United shortly before the First World War and played in a few League matches during 1914-15 when the League abandoned the competition for the duration. Signed for Chelsea just before Christmas 1920 and won his England cap against Ireland in season 1923-24. Made a total of 184 League appearances and scored 10 goals.
- 1962 The Football League refused to accept the registration of John Charles who had recently been transferred from Roma to Cardiff City. It was alleged that both Juventus and Roma owed Leeds United balances of fees incurred in April 1957 and November 1962 respectively.
- 1991 Scottish FA secretary Jim Farry blames player ignorance of the new laws for the spate of 16 sendings-off in the first week of their season.
- 1999 The Football League anounce that they may introduce an orange card as a final warning to players who have already been cautioned.